Park City CU Plans New HQ + Cafeby CUToday
MERRILL, WISCONSIN - Park City Credit Union plans to start construction on a new 26,000-square-foot headquarters at the southeast corner of Highway 64 and Pine Ridge Ave. here.
The La Macchia Group LLC, a Milwaukee-based design-build firm that specializes in financial institution projects, will lead construction.
The new development, projected to open in late summer 2018, will become a “vibrant center for deposit, lending, investments, creative thinking and community collaboration,” the credit union said in a statement.
The two-story building will feature a full-service branch, drive-thru services, investment center, lending/mortgage center, loan processing center, call center, IT, accounting, and marketing departments. Park City’s new headquarters will also have a 2,500-square-foot café/bistro that will maintain its own hours of operation and drive-thru window to provide additional convenience for our members and is open to the public seven days a week.
“With this new headquarters, we are putting members first with a superior interactive service experience,” said CEO Val Mindak. “We have outgrown our current space, and this move allows us to centralize our staff in one convenient location and to provide a suite of stronger financial products to our members while giving them an exceptional member experience.”
Park City retained the three-acre parcel in front of the Walmart Supercenter in 2014 and has been working on the appropriate plan that will serve the current membership plus allow for future expansion due to their continual year-after-year growth.
“This is a detailed plan we have worked on for more than two years, and we are very excited to break ground on this new development,” said Leah Burbach, chairperson of Park City’s Building Committee.
Committed to the community, Park City said it is talking with local restaurants to open the café/bistro inside the new headquarters. The credit union will seek local subcontractors to build the new facility. The summer 2018 opening of the new headquarters will coincide with the credit union’s 80th anniversary.
The $175-million Park City CU has approximately 20,000 members.